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back, stanford pushed the limit by wazzu and cal pus >> stanford was right for the upset. classic letdown scenario after the victory over cal. toilolo, concentration today. second quarter, stanford down 7-3, nunes to jamal-rashad patterson, cruising down the sideline. 70 yards. 10-7 stanford. tuel through for 401-yard but here picked off by ed reynolds. cardinal up 24-10 put the cougars hang in there. tuel is sacked for the tenth time by henry anderson. stanford wins 24-17. cal at utah, and things got ugly for the golden bears in this one. cal up 3-0. kicking off to the utes' reggie dunn. hits a wall at the 20-yardline but nobody wraps him up and he is gone. aloha! running out of breath. 100 yards, cal gets crushed, 29-47. san jose state over texas state, 30-21. abc-7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> have to work on the conditioning there. >> thank you so much, larry. coming up next, a look at what could be the future of crime-fighting. the unmanned drones that could patrol the east bay. >> and as halloween weekend, this horror movie makeup is not for trick >> good e
by wazzu and cal pus >> stanford was right for the upset. classic letdown scenario after the victory over cal. toilolo, concentration today. second quarter, stanford down 7-3, nunes to jamal-rashad patterson, cruising down the sideline. 70 yards. 10-7 stanford. tuel through for 401-yard but here picked off by ed reynolds. cardinal up 24-10 put the cougars hang in there. tuel is sacked for the tenth time by henry anderson. stanford wins 24-17. cal at utah, and things got ugly for the golden bears in this one. cal up 3-0. kicking off to the utes' reggie dunn. hits a wall at the 20-yardline but nobody wraps him up and he is gone. aloha! running out of breath. 100 yards, cal gets crushed, 29-47. san jose state over texas state, 30-21. abc-7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> have to work on the conditioning there. >> thank you so much, larry. coming up next, a look at what could be the future of crime-fighting. the unmanned drones that could patrol the east bay. >> and as halloween weekend, this horror movie makeup is not >> good evening, i'm ama daetz. just one more win and the g
tonight. >>> stanford was ripe for the upset classic situation following the big game over cal. lowly washington state coming in. almost had the shocker. they almost pulled it off. big man levine, in concentration before the game. second quarter stanford down 7, nunez and rashad, patterson cruising on down the sideline. 70 yards, 10-7, stanford. this one the quarterback picked off. 24 yards. cardinals up 24-10, but they couldn't put wazu away. down 7, 2-0, ten saxby stanford. henley anderson wraps him up. stanford wins 24-17. they are 6-2 on the season. cal and utah, things are getting downright ugly for the golden bears. up 3-0. kicking off, and reggie dunn fields the ball in his own end zone. runs into a wall at 20 but phone wraps him up and he is gone! 100-yard touchdown return and that pretty much described the way the rest of the night went for cal as they lose 49-27 and fall to 3-6. san jose state hosting texas state. wac game four party. down the sidelines, david fremont, gone! throws 376 and two touchdowns. san jose state, their sixth win. they are bowl eligible now. 31-20 vic
following the big game over cal. lowly washington state coming in. almost had the shocker. they almost pulled it off. big man, levine, in concentration before the game. second quarter stanford down 7, nunez and rashad, patterson cruising on down the sideline. 70 yards, 10-7, stanford. this one the quarterback picked off. threw for 401 yards. this one 24 yards. cardinals up 24-10, but they couldn't put wazu away. down 7, 2-0, ten sacks by stanford. henley anderson wraps him up. that ends it. stanford wins 24-17. they are 6-2 on the season. cal and utah, things are getting downright ugly for the golden bears. up 3-0. kicking off, and reggie dunn fields the ball in his own end zone. runs into a wall at 20 but phone -- nobody wraps him up and he is gone! 100-yard touchdown return and that pretty much described the way the rest of the night went for cal as they lose 49-27 and fall to 3-6. san jose state hosting texas state. wac game four. down the sidelines, david fremont, gone! throws 376 and two touchdowns. san jose state, their sixth win. they are bowl eligible now. 31-20 victory. that i
for the upset classic situation following the big game over cal. lowly washington state coming in. almost had the shocker. they almost pulled it off. big man levine, in concentration before the game. second quarter stanford down 7, nunez and rashad, patterson cruising on down the sideline. 70 yards, 10-7, stanford. this one the quarterback picked off. 24 yards. carlos up 24-10 but they couldn't put wazu away. down 7, 2-0, ten saxby stanford. henley anderson wraps him up. stanford wins 24-17. they are 6-2 on the season. cal and utah, things are getting down right lig for the golden bears. up 3-0. kicking off, and reggie dunn fields the ball in his own end zone. nobody wraps him up and he is gone! 100-yard touchdown return and that pretty much described the way the rest of the night went for cal as they lose 49-27 and fall to 3-6. san jose state hosting texas state. wac game four party. ditched down the sidelines, david fremont, gone! throws 376 and two touchdowns. san jose state, their sixth win. they are bowl eligible now. 31-20 victory. that is a wrap on morning sports. rick kwan will be her
39. mercury insurance founder pumped $16 million into prop 33 which changes how rates are cal tu lated. u.s. supreme court says it's okay to give unlimited amounts to ballot measures.. >> telling voters this isn't for everyone. you know? you can see this many wealthy people putting in giant sums of money, it's unprecedented. >> california common cause took a lot of money during a previous election because it couldn't get reforms through the legislature. the group says someone has to pay for those ads and campaign efforts. >> to qualify takes an incredible amount of time and energy and money. that is to gather signatures needed and required by the constitution. >> money doesn't always win. the california voter foundation says voters only approve a third because it's harder to convince people to vote yes. >> you cannot buy voters votes. >> humane society got prop 2 passed largely on a grass roots effort. now, hens have to have more room in cages. to see a list, you can go to our web site abc 7 news.com and click it on see it on tv. >> all right. thank you so much. >> coming up here
, i don't know why they wouldn't. but any way we just assumed it so we are going to mark the cal calendars for the first monday in november, we hope that you can join us georgia. >> thank you for coming and giving your report and thank you for coming up front to introduce yourself. we are going to move on to the next item. thank you very much. >> next item is f, public comment on consent items. >> there are, i believe, two or three speakers. dennis, kelley? ramison and harris and susan sullivan? >> thank you very much, i'm dennis kelley, in san francisco. and i join you in your flashing your orange and black tonight. i will let you know that i have made a wager with the president of the detroit federation of teacher and the michigan federation and i would urge you to reach out to john telfer the superintendant in detroit, although he had a heart attack at the beginning of this month and we hope that he is all right and can bear the whole idea of this. i have asked you to look at a couple of items on the agenda tonight, the first one is k-14. k-14 has you spending during these tim
. stanford hosting washington state as we speak. right now in the fourth quarter, stanford is up 24-10. cal plays at utah a little bit later tonight. usc against arizona in the desert: down two in the fourth to dean carry puts arizona in front. you're smelling upset right? last ditch effort for sc. a hail mary by matt barkley and -- and? oh -- incomplete. we got an upset. 39-36. it's the first time arizona has beaten the trojans in tucson since 1999. >>> ucl a and arizona state. the bruins not on the field in time for the pre-game coin flip and the punter had to handle the duties out there. ucla blew an 11 point fourth quarter lead but the true freshman fairbarn with the 33- year-old field goal to win it. -- 33-yard field goal to win it. ucla bowl-eligible for the first time since 2005. makes you happy there doesn't it ann? >>> a goal away from tying the record for goals in a season. he did just that. on a penalty kick in the first, corner pocket, number 27 on the year for wondo and the earthquakes and timbers tie 1- 1. >>> according to brother rex, cowboys' defensive coordinator rob ryan
state 24-17. cal plays at utah a little bit later tonight. full highlights on the late show. usc in the desert against arizona. cats down two in the fourth. they run the draw to carry, arizona takes the lead. now last ditch effort, usc final seconds down by three. matt barkley with the hail mary? oh. incomplete. we have a shocker, arizona upsets usc 39 will have 36. the first time -- 39-36. the first time arizona has beaten them in tucson since 1999. >>> thanks to our friends at get -- sportsfocus.com, high school football visiting si. the red running backs albert waters gone. 80 yards of pay dirt. but beller min did not quit. nice move through the si defense. 29 yards and keller mine beats si in the showdown 35-28. >>> according to his brother rex, cowboys' defensive coordinator rob ryan was crying when he learned of the news that his linebacker sean lee was out for the reason. rob denied that claim. >> i wasn't crying tears actual tears you know i save that for the movies that i watch with my wife. lifetime i mean my god you guys ever watch lifetime? god almighty. don't. >> oka
hosts washington state, and san jose at home against texas state. and cal plays at home this evening. the giants try to take a stranglehold of the world series in detroit and ryan vogelsong will try to continue san francisco's outstanding starting pitching. here's larry beil with a preview of tonight's game in this morning's sports. >> good morning. the giants flew out of san francisco yesterday morning bound for detroit in game three of the world series. giants take with them a 2-0 series lead. the tigers haven't lost at home at all this postseason. the designated hitter will be used in the a.l. park, and it will be cold. we are talking temps in the 40s. weather doesn't scare tigers manager jim leyland at all. >> we have heaters in the dugout for both teams obviously. ours will be a little warmer than theirs tomorrow night but that's all right. we won't tell them that. you know what? it's cold. but, i mean, this is the world series. this is, you know, it's cold for everybody. it's cold for the fans, the beer is cold, everything is cold. it's great. enjoy it! it's the world series. y
afternoon san jose is at home texas state. cal is playing utah this evening but the big story giants are going to take a stranglehold. here is larry beil with preview of tonight's game. >> good morning, the giants flew out of san francisco and bound for game three of the world series. giants take with them 2-0 series lead. designated hitter and it's going to be cold. temperatures in the 40s. weather doesn't scare the manager at all. >> we have heaters had in the dugout for both teams. ours is going to be warmer than theirs. we won't tell them that. you know what, it's cold. this is the world series. it's cold for everybody, it's cold for the fans. it's great. enjoy it. >> the world series you can't be worried about how cold it is. i threw a game in chicago where it was 34 degrees and raining. i threw the ball pretty well that night. i don't suspect that cold weather will be much of an issue. >> 49ers are back in action in arizona. >> cardinals they are similar to the 49ers. both have rugged defenses and offense muddle along. arizona has no pass protection. alden smith will be bringin
with that cal score. thank you. >>> we're going to check in with meteorologist rob mayeda on what's going on around the world the country and the world. we're watching what happened around the coast of british columbia. much of the coast on a tsunami advisory. we're expecting for the northern california coastline, down the mendocino coastline, to eureka. we could see a quarter foot to a half foot rise here. and as is the case with events in the past, sometimes coastal harbors inland can act like a gutter to a bowling alley and funnel in that energy. the fact that we're under an advisory should tell that you the folks at the alaska center expecting wave height rises of less than a foot. this is not an outright warning but still some coastal fluctuations in sea level are possible. any time after midnight to 3:00 in the morning and very likely this will get extended down the central coast, too. so use caution. if you're out at the harbors, you could see some unexpected rises of sea level of slightly above a foot in some of the coastal inlets and bays. 50s and 60s around the bay area. not muc
. stan sphord wins 24-17. >>> cal is beaten by utah tonight, 49-27. that's the second straight loss for the bears. and san jose state beats texas state 31-20. >>> arizona up three. last-ditch effort from the trojans. in the final seconds, the hail mary, incomplete. arizona upsets usc, 39-36. it's the first time arizona has beaten the trojans in tucson since 1999. we'll take a commercial break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, alto. >>> today apple opened the doors to a brand-new retail store in downtown palo alto. the flagship store drew large crowds for the grand opening. and the first 1,000 customers got commemorative t shirts. an even larger apple store is currently under construction just a mile away at the stanford shopping center. that's it for this edition of cbs 5 eyewitness news at 11. after a very short break, we're back for a special edition of eyewitness news at 11:35. we'll see you in about a minute and a half. good night! ,, [ male announcer ] jay likes it when his mobile phone helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's
, downtown san jose, and on to santa clara where we link for cal-train commuter rail so after a 60 year wait, a wait that was worth it, but after a 60 year wait we'll finally have rapid rail around the entire bay. >> about $137 million to build the tunnel under the park there. as i say it's finished. and by 2015, there will be a new station here the warm springs south fremont station all you can see now are the rails. that's about it. some of the grading work that they have done here. but then it's on to berryessa and downtown san jose in the not too distant future. live in fremont, ken bastida, cbs 5. back to you. >> thank you. >>> paul, it's a great weekend for the bay area or great week for the bay area, big wins by the giants and, of course, topped it off with great weather here today. >> we are finishing it up with the driest mildest day of the week and the winning streak continues into the weekend. wouldn't it be nice if the giants continued the winning streak? they took off for detroit which has a different climate than us. hopefully they will come back -- on the ground in detroit, co
on the board. cal makes the 49-27 score look a more respectable, but for the season the bears are not very respectable 3-6. >> the spartans winners over texas state. >>> de'anthony thomas modeling the latest nike-inspired eyesore for oregon, but he sure can run. colorado doesn't have anybody who can keep up with thomas. this is the 73-yard return in a 70-14 rout for the second- ranked ducks who are now 8-0. >>> outside of oregon it's hard to say who is supposed to win these days in the pac 126789 ucla's matt barkley hooked up with one of his favorite targets lee. the trojans at one point led arizona, but the wildcats came back. wildcats wind and they hand their trojans their second loss of the season. >>> bret hundley escapes trouble for the bruins and fires downfield for thigpen, who completes the scoring play. ucla won on a field goal goal as time expired. the event that they call the world's largest cocktail party spilled over to the pregame as georgia met florida. bulldogs leading by 1, when aaron murray hit malcolm mitchell. georgia knocks off the no. 3 team in the country, 17-9. 5th
between 4th and the ballpark. just a heads up, cal trans crews are sweeping the area. should be picked up shortly. we are getting reports they may have just reopened that stretch. in the meantime, here's a live look at our traffic sensors. westbound lanes of highway 4. a little slow and go. red traffic sensors. speeds below 25 miles per hour. the rest of your east bay drive times so far all in the clear. that's a check of traffic and weather together every ten minutes. back to you guys. >> the giants are back on top in the baseball world. taking brooms to detroit completing the sweep. win 4-3. most of the celebrations in san francisco were peaceful. some did turn violent after the game ended last night. a number of fires set in the streets of mission district. kate is there right now and joins us with some of the damage. i can see it behind her shoulder left behind. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you are exactly right . there are officers still here on scene. and there is that pile of debris, one of many along this stretch. we saw an officer put down a flair so people driving co
ranked stanford hosts washington state. cal plays at utah this evening. but the big story for many, the giants trying to take a stranglehold of the world series in detroit. ryan vogelsong trying to continue san francisco's string of unbelievable starting pitching. here's larry beil with a preview of tonight's game in this morning's sports. >> good morning. the giants flew out of san francisco yesterday morning bound for detroit in game three of the world series. giants take with them a 2-0 series lead. the tigers haven't lost at home at all this postseason. the designated hitter will be used in the al park and it will be coal. we are talking temps in the 40s. weather doesn't scare tigers manager jim leyland at all. >> we have heaters in the dugout for both teams obviously. ours will be a little warmer than theirs tomorrow night but that's all right. we won't tell them that. you know what? it's cold. but i mean, this is the world series. this is, you know, it's cold for everybody. it's cold for the fans, the beer is cold, everything is cold. it's great. enjoy it! it's the world seri
inmates who were upset being in lock down for a role cal that took longer than usual. they ended the response after an hour and no officers were hurt. >> the united states is preparing for hurricane sandy. china is dealing with a massive typhoon. heavy rainstorms and other rains are battling the coast of the country. it brought down tree branch it is on top of some homes and fishing boat and trains and ferry service has been suspended as a precaution. >> this brought protestors into the streets. >> the occupy parliamentment remarks yesterday to others joined in to voice their anger. they it cuts their rights. 17 euro zone countries have granted $13 billion in loans to help spain with his financial crisis. >> israeli troops are participating in defense drills. they are practicing how they work together. they are protecting israel from a missile attack. they pointed the radar system toward major threats like hezbollah and iran. >> in the event much an attack. they would inditer september missiles from tel aviv. >> where this country needs us the most, we set up. >> that is the best
provider. >> recently, a zocalo public square and cal humanities discussed the current state and future state of the news industry, focusing specifically on investigative reporting and collaborative journalism practices. this is about an hour and 25 minutes. >> thank you all very much for being here tonight. thanks to cal humanities for making this possible. the topic is vigilance within democracy.the the topic was inspired by the jefferson quote about the price he prim with the price of freedom andce liberty were, were vigilant. also said, as reported to have said that in given the c choice between government and gm newspapers, doingen without ones the others would prefer to havep newspapers in government did but then he got elected to office and to begin tackling he had misquoted. from that, zocalo said big questions may lot of different perspectives. we have re-different people here -- three people here from different parts of the country, different backgrounds. they're all journalists. they are all people who have looked at a wide variety of topics in their work, and have among the
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tonight. thanks to cal humanities for making this possible. the topic is inspired by the jefferson quote about the price of freedom and liberty. jefferson also said, reportedly said, given the choice between government and newspapers, without one or the other, he would have preferred to do with newspapers and without government. then he got elected and began to claim he was misquoted. from that, zocalo said big questions may lot of different perspectives. we have re-different people here -- three people here from different parts of the country, different backgrounds. they're all journalists. they are all people who have looked at a wide variety of topics in their work, and have among the topics they have looked at, are the media itself and specifically questions about how we keep a check on power, keep a check on government. you will hear from all three of them. i will introduce each of them as i ask the questions. immediately to my right is bernardo ruiz. his most recent film "reportero," is an incredible film if you have not seen it, it follows a reporter at an embattled mexican news w
no a good advocate for new york? >> no. >> yes. >> avia for milk the cow? >> my daughter's cal. >> have you ever seen the anti- fracking documentary? >> no. n o. >> would you support building a nuclear power plant in the district? >> have you received a speeding ticket in the last five years? >> no. >> no. >> [indiscernible] >> agreement -- look at that. it is time now for closing statements. mr. collins will go for spray >> ladies and gentleman, it has been a lively debate. if you want a member of congress who has always worked for government and get a government paycheck and supports barack obama and nancy pelosi posset policies, more taxes, then mrs. hochul is your candidate. if you want a member of congress to spend his life creating jobs in this district, someone who believes in smaller government, personal accountability, fiscal discipline, serving taxpayers and respecting future generations, i respectfully ask for your vote. to go to washington as your member of congress and help restore the promise of the american dream for our children and grandchildren. thank you for tuning in ton
a pretty darn good job -- >> that's not the question. don't try to be lit cal hepolit. >> i'm not. if the mayor believes it's in the best interests of the city to get power back up -- >> let me ask you the question this way. can you name another time that a mayor in the united states of america told the president, stay away? >> not that i know of. not that i know of. >> so you're still without power, right? >> i'm still without power. but i'm told we should expect it back in the next few days. anyway, i just think the city's been well managed. >> oh, sure. he manages it well. >> i trust the mayor. but i do not know of another occasion in which the president has been told that we would prefer you not to come. >> can i just say, i think the mayor does a great job. i do. >> there's a word, i don't think i can use on television. >> about what? >> to describe all of you. weakness, actually. >> what? what are you talking about? >> if you're not in a mayor's shoes, i think it's hard to say yea or nay. i trust the mayor. >> i just have a feeling if this was someone else, you guys would be
turnouts in the country. other stratist cal facts are that we are one of the least tax states in the nation, the least stack state actually. we have no income tax, no sales tax. both the democrat and republican candidates will campaign on that issue pledging that they will not have an income tax or sales tax. our two governor candidates are running on that issue as a matter of fact. host: and talk about the recount laws that are in the state of new hampshire. is it possible that there could be a recount in this state and first of all, what are the rules for that? guest: well, we have specific rules obviously for the state. we have a fine secretary of state who is quite experienced in this. he is the person who has been keeper of the flame, if you will, for the new hampshire primary. we had a famous recount here in the late 1970's with senator john durr kin who recently passed away. frankly i don't see it coming down to that. we'll see what happens on tuesday but i think other states may be more likely to have a recount than new hampshire. host: what about voter i.d. laws, do you have them i
obsta cals that would complicate resolution because the subs would remain open and ormente. -- and operate. but the f.d.i.c. and federal reserve has formed crisis management groups. and under the us pisses for each of the us based companies. and we are the crisis management groups are intended to enhance institution specific planning for possible future resolution and we're engaged in on john meetings and dialogues with those entities. so we're working on a buy lateral basis with foreign supervisors as well and over foreign operations of key u.s. firms. it's interesting because the u.s. companies tend to be very highly concentrated in a relatively small number of key foreign jurisdictions, particularly the united kingdom. in our initial work with the foreign authorities has been encouraging. we've made progress with your u.k. count parts in understanding how resolution would work and how it would be treated under existing u.k. law. and we're examining impedimentes to effect resolutions and we're working on a cooperative basis to overcome those. so in conclusion, dodd-frank
are you cal could escalate into a nuclear exchange. that is very dangerous not only for israeli security, but for global security. so, in reality, iran's pursuit of a nuclear weapons capability is a global issue. i think one of the u.s. successes has been to make sure that this is a tpwhrobal issue, that it's not just, you know, a matter of the israelis being worried. answering your question regarding viewpoints on israel, there's a variety of viewpoints. we've seen that in the last few months and years, where various figures have said that right now is not the time for military strike against iran, because the consequences would be quite possibly very negative, not just for u.s. security, but israeli security as well. so while a possible attack against iran remains, i don't think it's necessarily inevitable. it depends really on how negotiations proceed in the next few months and what kind of pressures the next administration faces regarding the military option. i want to answer that question in two different ways. one also relates to a point that ken made about there wouldn't be -- no
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